Thanks to Julie G. for this find!
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Mi Casa es su Casa.
I got a message from someone about these neat Casa Lambretta shirts and then darn me, I forgot to write their name down. The price for them is 35.00 Euros each. The good news? At that price (not including shipping) you can believe you’ll be one of the only handful of Americans who has one. ; )
A Rare Bit Oâ€™Swag:
Always Maxipad Scooter Case
These seem to only be available in Europe (and maybe in Canada?)
Oh and in case you think this is the only feminine hygiene product to appear on ScooterSwag, click here.
Thanks to Alice D.for the photo and find!
Lemonade & Legos
For just under $10 (!) you can get this Lego set that includes Mia the doll, the Lemonade Stand and most importantly the retro colored scooter.
Enjoy the Ride Polo Shirt
Remember the Truval shirt ad from earlier this week? Well here’s a shirt that would not look out of place in that same ad. It features little Lambrettas, little Vespas and (I think?) little Fiats. It’s 100% cotton with a chambray collar and costs Â£24.95. Sizes run from S-XXL.
Thanks to Alice D. for this find!
A Rare Bit Oâ€™Swag:
Truval Shirt Ad
Definitely a Lambretta.
We’ve featured Kiddimoto scooters before on ScooterSwag but now we’ve got a new US source for them. This balance toy is made of sustainable birch plywood, with real, inflated pneumatic tires, soft hand-grips, a kickstand, and footboards. With it’s foot petals it’s a great toy to prep for a bicycle. The measurements are approximately L 36.22â€ W 14.96â€ H 20.47â€ and it costs around $95.00.
AndrÃ© C. near Lyon, France
Death & The Dolce Vita
Here’s a great cover for your nightstand. And it’s on sale for $5.98 at Daedalus Books (one of my favorite online bookstores). Don’t worry – it’s in English. Just wanted to show you the biggest cover pic I could find. It even sounds like a juicy read:
“In April 1953, attractive, 21-year-old Wilma Montesi went missing from her family home in Rome; when her body was found washed up on a neglected beach, the incident was attributed to either suicide or an accident. But as the author of Glamour shows in this history, as the police tried to close the case, darker rumors suggested that the death of this quiet, conservative girl was linked to a drug-fuelled orgy, involving some of the richest and most powerful men in Italy. By the 1950s, postâ€“Mussolini Italy was in the process of successfully reinventing itself, but Montesi’s death exposed a darker side of Roman lifeâ€”a life of corruption, cover-ups and carnal pleasures.”
Read a book review from The Telegraph (UK)
More very boss mod swag from Boden!
Made up of appliquÃ© and embroidery, this Boden shirt is available in sizes 1.5 years to 12 years old. But sadly not for 45 years old. Boo!